Superfort applicable to all types of industry, especially in areas where aggregate or bulk materials are carried, from light duty to the heaviest of service conditions. Superfort conveyor belts are supplied with 2 to 6 plies. This makes it possible to provide the ideal construction for every application. Available in all Dunlop cover qualities.
Superfort conveyor belt is applicable to all types of industry, especially in areas where aggregate or bulk materials are carried, from light duty to the heaviest of service conditionsSuperfort
In all area's where aggregate or bulk materials are carried. From light duty to the heaviest of service conditions.
Tensile strengths between 200 and 3150 N/mm
High Quality cover compounds for -60°C up to +200 °C, fire resistant, oil, grease and abrasion resistant
Standard products available from stock
Superfort belting can be supplied in all Dunlop cover qualities.
Fire resistant conveyor belts are primarily needed for internal transportation within buildings and also in tunnels and mines where safety is of paramount importance. There are numerous safety classifications and international standards and to meet these demands, Dunlop has developed a large range of fire resistant (flame retardant) cover qualities
In environments where coal dust, gas, fertilizer or other combustible materials are involved, it is essential that the conveyor belts being used cannot create static electricity that can ignite gases and dust in the atmosphere. A very important safety feature of all Dunlop belts is that they are anti-static and conform to EN/ISO 20284 international standards and therefore can be used in ATEX classified surroundings.
Our fire resistant conveyor belts are used extensively in many industries including mining, wood, paper & pulp, sugar & food, recycling and chemical & fertilizer plants. Dunlop has been a major supplier of conveyor belting to the German mining industry for over 30 years, which has probably the most demanding, independently tested standards in the world.
BV K/S Grade - Fire resistant for the transport of inflammable and explosive materials such as coal dust etc. (Duration: 80°C. Peak 90°C)
V / VT Grade – Fire resistant qualities specially developed for mining applications (Duration: 80°C. Peak 90°C)
Fire and Oil Resistant Covers
BVM K/S Grade – Fire and oil resistant, for most products with animal and vegetable oils and greases. (Duration: 80°C. Peak 90°C)
BVS K/S Grade – Fire and oil resistant, for products containing mineral oils
(Duration: 80°C. Peak 90°C).
Dunlop has developed conveyor belts that are heat resistant as well as wear resistant, resulting in a much longer operational lifespan.
High temperatures can do serious damage to the actual conveyor belt carcass itself. Choosing the correct thickness of the cover is essential because the cover acts as a barrier between the heat source and the carcass.
Dunlop heat resistant conveyor belts have been developed and refined over many years so that they are more than capable of meeting the demands of even the most extreme conditions, which in some cases can involve temperatures as high as 400°C.
Industries where Dunlop heat resistant conveyor belts are used with great success include the cement industry, recycling plants, the steel industry, foundries, the chemical industry and the petro-chemical industry.
Betahete – Heat and wear resistant, for materials at moderate temperatures. (Duration: 160°C. Peak 180°C)
Starhete – Increased heat resistance, for materials at controlled high temperatures. Starhete also possess very good chemical and oil resistant properties. (Duration: 180°C. Peak 220°C)
Deltahete – Superior heat resistance for heavy duty service conditions, at temperatures up to 400°C for a short period such as coke, clinker etc. (Duration: 200°C. Peak 400°C.) For more information, check out the link to the pdf "Deltahete technical overview" at the bottom of this page, with tests against competitors of Class T3/200°C belts.